Welcome to the Home Imagined link party #7!
Hello! I’m Rachel, the blogger and content creator behind The Antiqued Journey. Here on the blog, you will find encouraging ideas about vintage and antique decor, simple home decor DIY crafts, as well as some fun thrifting adventures. This party was created to be a supportive and uplifting space for bloggers to showcase their content and for non-bloggers to glean inspiration for their homes. Anna, Meagan, and I are so grateful to have you here. We do hope you come back again and again. With that, let’s get onto the Home Imagined link party #7!
I hope each of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Hubby and I have been married for over 10 years and this was our first time ever hosting Thanksgiving dinner. It was truly so much fun! We managed to cram 5 people into our small townhome, so it was very intimate to say the least!
We also received our first snow fall of the year here in Minnesota. It snowed for almost 3 days! Luckily, I had just finished my Christmas patio pot the day before and was able to get all the stems into the dirt right before it froze. It’s the season of lights, figuratively and literally. I hope you can find light and be a light!
This link party is hosted every other week, so twice per month. It opens on Tuesday’s at 8 AM Central time and closes on Thursday’s at 5 PM Central time. I would love to see you…invite your friends and other bloggers to join us. Each of us choose two bloggers to feature so make sure you go over to Anna and Meagan’s blogs as well to see if they highlighted your post!
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Home Imagined Link Party #7
As always, I have chosen 2 posts from the last link party to feature this week.
The first feature this week is my friend Jen from Midwest Life and Style. I just adore Jen…her creativity is astounding! She created the most adorable Christmas centerpiece, How To Make A Gingerbread Snow Globe Centerpiece! You guys, this is one of the most creative things I’ve ever seen. Head on over to see how she transformed an old Christmas village house into this!
My second feature this week comes from my friend Lora from Lora Bloomquist Create and Ponder. Lora loves to use old, vintage things and create something new with them. Her Vintage Thread Spool Mini Wreath How-To is such an adorable way to re-use a bygone sewing accessory! In this post, she will walk you through how to create a Christmas wreath out of these pretty spools.
Link Party Rules for Participants:
Below are the rules we ask you to follow if you choose to participate in our link party.
- No links with advertising
- No links with giveaways
- No links to other link parties
- No links with roundup posts
- Please follow each of us on at least 1 social network – Pinterest/Facebook/Instagram
- All shared links should relate to the Home, Home Decor, DIY projects, Gardening or Recipes
- Please comment on at least 2 other blog posts
Please DO NOT pin images from this site, it won’t work correctly.
Make sure your images are in either jpeg or png format so we can share them when you are featured.
By linking to the party, you give us permission to share your projects on our blogs and social media accounts. We will always give you proper credit with a no-pin image.